Civil War Sculpture in Centennial Park

Nashville Excursions...

To help you with your trip to Nashville we have developed this website to highlight some of Nashville, Tennessee's tourist attractions, destinations and sites. There are many things to do in Nashville, if you know where to go. Whether you are looking for Nashville restaurants, a place of historical significance or just something fun to do, that information is here.

Painting by Edward Troye of a horse from the 1830s

Visual Arts of Nashville

Several times each year Nashville plays host to craft fairs featuring some of the country's finest craftsman. Many art galleries can be found around the city to view and buy the work of nationally known and local Nashville artists. Ther are also museum, university and city art galleries showing a wide variety of fine and collectible art. Scattered throughout Nashville are many works of public art for the passer-by to enjoy. More about Nashville Art and Crafts...

Chaffin's barn Dinner Theatre Street Sign

Performing Arts of Nashville

Nashville Children's Theatre, Barn Dinner Theatre, Circle Players and others perform the works of Broadway as well as locally produced or written theatre. The University Schools of Music from Belmont and Vanderbilt perform regularly for the Nashville public and the new Schermerhorn Symphony Center is home of the Nashville Symphony. The Nashville Ballet offers performances throughout the year. More about Nashville Perfomance Arts...

The Parthenon of Centennial Park in Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville Attractions

When you visit Nashville tour places like the Parthenon, Belle Meade Mansion, Country Music Hall of Fame, Tavelers Rest, Fort Nashborough, the Hermitage and others. More attractions in Nashville...

Harpeth Presbyterian Church, Hillsboro Road, Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville Churches

If you look for a church in Nashville it will not take long to find several. Churches of all faiths are plentiful throughout the city. Many are historical dating before the Civil War as well as new churches having thriving congregations. More about Nashville churches...

Nashville area map

Nashville Day Trips

Within an hour or so of Nashville are found many interesting destinations. More road trips from Nashville...

Start of the Music City Marathon

Nashville Events Calendar

Every month there is something exciting to do in Nashville. The Country Music Marathon has become one of the largest marathons in the country. Several music events are held each year as well as showcases for new bands and songwriters. Antique, custom car, and craft shows make Nashville a regular stop. More things to do in Nashville...

Grave marker of William Driver in Nashville City Cemetery

History of Nashville

Nashville's history starts at Fort Nashborough, a replica of Nashville's first wooden fort. A walk through the city cemetery will tell a history of the city's founding families. The cemetery is the resting place of William Driver who is credited with first proclaiming our nation's flag "Old Glory". More Nashville history...

The sculpture “La Storia della Terra” meaning The Story of the Earth, a 20 foot granite, marble and quartz tower of books at the Nashville Main Public Library.

Nashville Library

Nashville's library system consists of a Main Library and twenty neighborhood branch libraries. The Main Library downtown was opened in 2001. A building clad in Alabama limestone and described as "modern classical" welcomes the visitor with its Ionic columns and Georgia marble floors. It is the home of permanent public art works sure to enhance your visit. More Nashville library info...

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville Museums

Nashville is home to the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Childrens Museum, Nashville Toy Museum and several others. More Nashville museums...

Snow covering part of a winter leaf

Nashville Parks

Travel to Nashville would be incomplete without visiting at least one of the parks found in Nashville. The Centennial Park is an oasis in the midst of the city's busiest area while the Warner Park system covers hundreds of quiet acres only a few miles away from town. More Nashville Parks info...

View of LP Field in Nashville, TN, home of the Tennessee Titans

Sports in Nashville

Professional sports are represented well by the Tennessee Titans and the Nashville Predators. The Nashville Sounds, a minor league baseball team, is a favorite outing for Nashville families. Vanderbilt, Belmont, David Lipscomb and other colleges compete nationally and often their tickets are available for a variety of sports according to the season.More Nashville sports...


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